Tweens & Teens
2022-2023 High School Battle of the Books
TAG Membership and Volunteering at the Library
Looking to get service hours just for hanging out at the library? Join the WCPL Teen Action Group (TAG)! TAG meets on the second Monday of each month, and you can earn an hour of volunteer service by playing games, eating snacks, and helping Ms. Amber plan programs for you and your fellow teens! To find out more, follow WCPL Youth Services on Facebook!
THERE WILL BE NO TAG MEETING IN MARCH. Instead, we hope to see you at Watauga High School's MOUNTAIN CON on Saturday, March 11!
Need more than one hour per month? Come to TAG and set up a Volunteer Slot! You can make a difference in the quality of library services in your community by sharing your time and talent. Whether shelving books one morning a week, organizing the shelves, or preparing crafts for a children’s story time, volunteers are essential to making the Watauga County Library a great place to be.
Before starting any task in the library, volunteers must read the volunteer policy, then complete the volunteer application and return it to Watauga Library’s Youth Services Desk. Volunteers under the age of 18 must provide a parent’s signature on the application form. If you would like further information, contact Ms. Amber at (828) 264-8784, ext. 3, or email [email protected]
Free Driver Education Test
Soon-to-be driver in the family? Try the free online DMV permit practice tests: driving-tests.org.
Someone in the family need homework help? Check out Learning Express Library for help with Math, English, and more!
Learning a new language? Writing a research paper? Struggling with test prep? Check out NCLive and Great Websites for Kids for a wonderful selection of websites, databases, and practice tests!